#FabFriFeature: Emily Webb (California)

We are excited to have Emily Webb, Founder of MyLucke App, as our FabFriFeature.  She is helping to solve the parking crisis in metropolitan cities.

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  • Name three things that a female entrepreneur needs to be successful and fabulous in business?
    Strength that no one can break, infinite determination and a strong network.
  • Entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone – what are three things that you love about being your own boss? Having daily freedom, ever increasing confidence and ability to execute my visions.
  • Who was your mentor/inspiration to strike out on your own? My first mentor was Matt Draper, from Clarkson University. He believed in me and supported by offer me support from the Universities incubator, where I had the opportunity to meet a plethora of super talented startups. Matt was always honest and respectful, and gave me inspiration to believe in myself and whatever it was I wanted to create. The limitless belief in my own potential was unveiled by the help of Matt.
  • How do you stay motivated? I’m naturally motivated. I’ve always been a busy body- always getting myself into one project or another, or a bunch! I do exercise a lot, which helps with my energy levels and overall motivation. I eat healthy and make sure I stay balanced in all facets.
  • What are your tips for those who come up against blockades as an entrepreneur? Surround yourself with advisors and mentors who can assist you with your endeavors and help you work through tough times. Build a well-balanced team and always listen to what everyone has to say. Your team can bring clarity when you feel you’ve hit a blockade.
  • Can you share your most memorable experience as an entrepreneur? Receiving the company’s first seed investment check and wanting to frame the receipt from the bank the first time I made a deposit.
  • What do you think is the biggest misconception people have about being an entrepreneur? All I know, is that I’ve wanted to start a business since I was 14 and that feeling has never gone away. Ideally, I’d like to start a few companies. Being an entrepreneur isn’t by choice; it’s a calling. A challenging one, but I am incredibly happy and grateful to be on this journey.
  • If your personality could be captured in pair of shoes, what would they be? Rainbow Flip Flops
  • What does “success” look like to you? Success, to me, is not measured by wealth, it is measured by happiness. I feel most successful when I am truly happy with my life.
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